When you think of #momboss, what comes to mind? For some, you may think, "Oh my God, my mom is so bossy!" For these 11 moms, and their supporters, they're thinking of moms who juggle being a mom and a manager of their child's brand. Entrepreneurship has been quite trendy over the last few decades … Continue reading 11 Moms Collaborate on Best Selling Book #MOMBOSS
By Melanie Randels Did you know that more than 5 million children in the United States have or have had a parent incarcerated in state or federal prison? This means 1 in 14 children have experienced this, these numbers are staggering. Color of Change, the national social justice organization catered to serving the urban communities … Continue reading Color Of Change: Serve Our Sisters
By Winnie Caldwell He was adopted. He was abandoned by his biological parents. He was homeless in high school. He is, who we know as Kirk Franklin. Tune in to TV One as Kirk Franklin get’s real on Uncensored about his very human experience before fame. Franklin was adopted by his great great aunt, Gertrude, … Continue reading Exclusive: Kirk Franklin Uncensored
By Winnie Caldwell On International Women's Day, Author and Public Speaker Keisha Mabry organized the now famous, #MastHerclass. Now just a bit of a disclaimer for those who may be caught up on the title of this piece, When I call God “She,” it reminds me, every time I say it or write it, that … Continue reading I Met God Once…She Was At #MastHerclass
By Winnie Caldwell At 21, most are trying to organize their college classes, work schedules or just day to day activities. St. Louis native, Isaiah Darris organized an all gospel concert in St. Louis, MO at First Christian Church that brought hundreds out to attend. Not only is Isaiah an entrepreneur, but there's more. "Founder, … Continue reading [Exclusive] 21 Year Old Entrepreneur Organizes An All Gospel Concert Featuring The Walls Group and More!
I didn't make a long social media post saying every millionth thing that almost took me out or that I accomplished. There's enough of that. I saw many and I believe reflecting publicly helps others to see that: You're not alone The human side of you in this 'perfect' social media/internet age Build and share … Continue reading What Not Planning Last Year Got Me.
By Winnie Caldwell After so many networking events, brunches, and other young professional elbow rubbing sessions, sometimes you just want to unwind right? Maybe that's just me. Well, to be transparent, if it weren't for me attending as a blogger, I probably would've stayed home. Not because of anything with Jack Daniels or Art Beats … Continue reading Partying Done Right: Art,Beats,Lyrics
By Winnie Caldwell LemonPepperKickBack? What is that about you say? Well, last year Stacey posed a question after admiring IssaRae's LemonPepperKickBack from afar. Stacey asked her social media followers, Less than a month later, Stacey had a sponsor for the wings, a ton of supporters and an event that was wall to wall. Planning a … Continue reading Event Planning Guru Stacey Pugh Speaks on LemonPepperKickBack,Facing Fears and Faith